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Kochi, 02 Mar.

Sugi-no-Ōsugi Japanese Cedar

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Sugi-no-Ōsugi is famous as the tallest Japanese cedar tree and estimated to be 3,000 years old. Sugi-no-Ōsugi is actually a pair of trees called Minami Ōsugi (“South Giant Cedar”) and Kita Ōsugi (“North Giant Cedar”). Since the two trees are merged at the root, it is also called Meoto Sugi (“Wedded Cedar”). Minami Ōsugi has a circumference of about 20m at its base and is some 60m tall, while Kita Ōsugi is about 16.5m around and is approximately 57m tall. Some people believe that the Sugi-no-Ōsugi can make one’s wishes come true.

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Tokyo (Narita) to Sugi-no-Osugi Japanese Cedar, Kochi

    1. Narita Airport

      1 h 55 min

      From 4,990 yen

    2. Kochi Ryoma Airport

      • Car

      50 min

    3. Sugi-no-Osugi Japanese Cedar

      794 Sugi, Otoyo Town, Nagaoka County, Kochi Prefecture

All listed travel times and costs are approximate.

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